Tuesday, October 23
South Africa gained one position to 35th among 185 countries in the World Bank’s 2012 Ease of Doing Business ranking after it improved in three categories.
Wednesday, October 10
The South African Gold One announced Tuesday 9 October the dismissal of more than 1400 employees, while the small producer of uranium'' Atlatsa will separate minors 2161, after a wildcat strike that began in the first two cases October.
Monday, August 27
In the race between Mauritius and South Africa for the most investor-friendly holding company regime for private equity, South Africa is gaining ground on its island rival.
Friday, August 17
The police in South Africa opened fire on striking miners armed with machetes and sticks Thursday near the mine Marikana platinum, making a dozen deaths, according to footage shot by Reuters Television.
Tuesday, August 14
Nine people have been killed in clashes between rival unions at a South African mine owned by leading platinum producer Lonmin, police have said.
Friday, August 10
Air Mauritius has introduced flights to several new destinations in the past few months and is now competing with European and Middle Eastern airlines in offering them to SA travellers leaving from Joburg.
Saturday, June 23
Two South Africans held hostage by Somali pirates for 20 months have been freed.
Tuesday, January 17
The South Africa plans to strengthen its industrialization, its regional development and job creation with a program of special economic zones, said Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies.
Tuesday, June 14
Dr Matthews Phosa, treasurer general of the African National Congress, South Africa’s ruling party, is currently heading a Progressive Business Forum delegation in Mauritius